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Author Topic: SEARS FM Transceiver INFO?  (Read 619 times)
YAHWEH
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« on: January 28, 2003, 06:17:29 AM »

Can anyone provide me with a copy of the manual or explaination of the operation of a SEARS Mobile FM Transceiver Model #412-3880-0700? Sears has no info on the radio. This rig has a black face and a "Sears Channel Selector 200" attached to it and a YAESU mike and may have been built by them. I believe that it is a 10 meter rig. Thanks,
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KA9OOI
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« Reply #1 on: June 11, 2005, 12:25:30 PM »

that radio is a 2 meter rig made by sears I believe in the late 70's. It puts out about 10 watts max and only covers 146 to 148 and won't do odd frequencies. IE 146.525 147.245. it is good for nostalgia only. there are plenty of cheap 2 meter rigs available at the hamfest that do EVERYTHING so dont bother fooling around with this one....Mark
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JA1ML
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« Reply #2 on: July 06, 2006, 06:59:41 PM »

The Sears 3880 was made by Yaesu. (1976 / 1977)
It pre-dates the FT-227R and is very similar to the FT-227R. It is a 10w FM transceiver 146 ~ 148 Mhz and uses optical tuning to selecte 22 chanels for operation.

For more information on the Sears 3880 see the Fox Tango Club web site http//www.foxtango.org
or the page
http://foxtango.org/Sears%203880/Sears%203880.htm

YO
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